MasterCard seals deal with Moroccan fintech NAPS
NAPS is expanding digital payments in Morocco and with the partnership, the fintech says it benefits from MasterCard’s extensive network, and expertise.Staff Writer
Bank Zero, iKhokha partner to roll out card machines
The new online banks are reportedly by far the overall winners of the Solidarity study when it comes to costs alone.
Cameroon’s eVisa application service to go live in April
The eVisa system, the minister believes, will help turn Cameroon into a more attractive destination.
Stakeholders unite on service to boost Ethiopia’s e-payments ecosystem
Oromia Bank, EthSwitch and Mastercard have partnered to encourage user adoption and growth.
Former Mastercard Director joins Flutterwave
Emmanuel Efenure has been hired to oversee development and execution of Flutterwave’s Africa risk, security and scheme compliance strategy.
Google Pay ready to compete for slice of SA’s bustling Fintech market
52% of South African consumers have used smartphone and digital tap-and-pay platforms in the past year, according to MasterCard research.
Former Mastercard exec recruited to back Klasha’s bullish Africa scaling plans
Nile Younis joins as Klasha continues its rapid 2022 scaling to add value to cross-border African commerce.
OPay partners Mastercard to ‘open up e-commerce to millions’ in Africa
Merchants and consumers from Algeria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Morocco, Nigeria, and South Africa have an alternative payment option.
Global Processing Services Announces New Partnership With Mastercard to Power ‘Next Generation Payments’ Technology to Global Fintechs
Global Processing Services (“GPS”), a leading global payment technology platform, today announced a new strategic partnership with Mastercard.
Mastercard rolls out ‘Tap on Phone’ tech in Africa
An estimated 500 000 SMEs in Middle East and Africa will be able to accept payments through a smartphone.
Zambia: market makes way for new virtual payment solution
Airtel Money, Mastercard launch latest service to capitalise on increased demand for digital payment infrastructure.
MasterCard ramps up Fintech platforms in Malawi, Zimbabwe
BancABC is the first Zimbabwean bank to issue a debit and credit card that will enable Zimswitch and MasterCard local and international payments respectively.